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Jan 22, 2013 1:00pm PST
drunk. the la beast demonstrates one way. he called it smoking alcohol. basically what he does is puts alcohol on this plastic bottle. forces pressure into it. that causes the alcohol to be absorbed into the air, and then when he releases the pressure, it turns into a vapor, which he then inhales. that supposedly sends the alcohol straight into his blood stream and you feel the effects of the alcohol most immediately. ere's he does it with a bott ofbudweiser. a box of wine, some champaign. >> and towards the end, he claims and appears to be pretty darn drunk. >> who smokes bucks -- who smokes boxed wine? me. >> does this really work? is he really, really doing this? does that -- or -- it just seems crazy. >> the idea of vaporizing alcohol really isn't anything new. it's been around for a while pap device online called the vapor -- a little cocktail glass that warms up over a candle, and that, also, in a similar way, vaporizes the alcohol out of the beverage that it's in. >> the whole point of this is just to get drunk. people who enjoy alcohol for the taste, for the flavor, this is all
Jan 10, 2013 1:00pm PST
doing? who is this crazy person? like, someone should call the police. >>> steven, as you know, the consumer electronics show is currently going on in las vegas, nevada. all kinds of new tech "stuff" is being introduced. >> the latest and greatest. >> when it comes to the cutting edge of technology we have our own expert, our own consumer electronics show man. >> he's an expo in himself. >> yeah, he is. zach. hey there, zach. >> hello. >> what's up, dude? >> i love to have new toke show us. >> the first calmed the copy census, a smartphone cover that actually acts as its ownch device. >> wht? >> right n iphones, so your iphone 4, 4s or 5. >> playing pebble run. >> yep. >> you use your fingers on the back of your phone to operate your phone? >> exactly. >> the front of the phone is not good enough? why? >> the main reason they're using this is is because it will allow you to see your entire screen without having your fingers in the way. >> oh. i see. it's just going to take getting used to, because you'd be going like this instead of like this, i mean, okay. >> and keeps your sc
Jan 10, 2013 4:00am PST
. ♪ and it's beautiful the consumer electronics show in las vegas is about the latest for consumers, but it's also where small companies can make a big splash. that's happening with a small utah company called hzo. marc saltzman, a tech contributor from usa today, joins us. mark, i have to ask you, you showed us yesterday about this technology, a thin coating that protects electronics from water being applied to a sony phone. is sony's agreement with hzo exclusive so far as you know? > > so far as i know it is not hzo's technology that sony is using, it's their own proprietary way of protecting the circuitry, and they have got tempered glass on both the front and the back of their android z - their xperia z smart phone is what you're referring to - and it does allow you to submerge it in water for up to 30 minutes, and that is good news for people who have accidently dropped their phone in a toilet or the sink. but hzo is a separate company altogether that i believe is inking deals with various smartphone manufacturers, and that does apply a thin coating to the internal circuitry of smart p
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